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Old 06-03-2014, 06:36 AM   #11
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Old clothes/rags, maduros, pan Cubano, black beans and rice.














Ropa Vieja.
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Old 06-03-2014, 10:25 AM   #12
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Tonight it's Parmesan encrusted baked Tilapia, Split and braised Brussels Sprouts in lemon butter and scratched-baked sweet potato oven fries. It only takes us about 25 minutes from walking in the door to dishing up.

How do I do the Brussels sprouts? I lightly steam them, then gently stir-fry them in lemon butter in one of my wonderful Or-greenic pans. The Sweet potato fries I cut into slightly thick fries, spray with olive oil, salt/pepper and bake about 20 mins at 400 degrees on a cookie sheet. The tilapia cooks right alongside the fries. YUMMY.
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Old 06-03-2014, 10:29 AM   #13
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There is lots of rhubarb upside down cake for dessert.[/QUOTE]

Now that looks good!

I see a couple of recipes with rhubarb, something I sorely miss. In the south, you seldom see it and the quality is not good. I envy you northern tier states folks where the stuff is plentiful and thrives. I pucker with pleasure just thinking about !

Living in Western Washington for 11 years, rhubarb grew like weeds and the quality was superior.
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